We often speak in terms of boosting performance when it comes to e-learning, but for self-paced courses to be truly effective, we need to talk more about learning experience optimization as a motivating factor. For an optimal learning experience, instructors need to consider four major categories that have the most impact on the overall satisfaction with an online course.
Creating the content for an e-book is not as complicated as you might think, especially after you have gone through the first steps of the process – researching your topic, finding out what else is on the market, and coming up with a cover and the design for the different sections. Let’s explore now the HOW TO part, from writing it to making the most of it:
E-books are a creative means of attracting potential clients through well-documented and aesthetically pleasing content. Coming up with your own e-book to promote your online course is easier than you may originally think. We’ve prepared a step by step guide on how to proceed. Let’s explore the first three steps:
Regardless of how well-written the text in your online course is, if it is not well-presented, it won’t be read all the way — let alone learned. So make sure you use the right fonts, colors and visuals that compliment your content and highlight its value.
Scenarios are exciting and full of surprises, which keeps learners engaged with the content for a longer period of time. More than that, there’s no need to invest in a platform to create scenarios (if you don’t want to), as your LMS’s content creation tool already has what you need.
Quora is a good place to get more high-quality traffic, boost your authority, and learn more about your target audience. The platform is growing and by ‘setting up shop’ here you will not only grow your online brand presence but also keep up with the trends in your industry.
If you have quality, relevant content, it’s a shame not to get the most out of it. Following these easy tips (and getting creative when the muse invites you) will help you to draw new audiences and encourage your existing one to re-visit and make the most out of your valuable insights.
Online course creators are often focused on the content of the course, but there is another crucial aspect that sometimes gets put on the back burner even though it should be equally taken into consideration: the visual elements. Here’s what to consider when using these in your online course:
You can create good quizzes for your online course as long as you know what are the types of questions you could ask and the corresponding advantages and disadvantages, and that an authoring tool or a good LMS will save you time and offer plenty of options for creating awesome quizzes.
Outsourcing may be a great solution for easing your workload as an online course creator, but sometimes you might want to reconsider it. Every coin has two sides, after all. So let’s explore a few advantages and disadvantages to this practice.